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Criminal – Petit Larceny – Concealed Boot (access required)

There was sufficient evidence to convict defendant of petit larceny where a deputy, responding to a store clerk’s 911 call, observed defendant in the aisle of a shoe store remove a tan boot from under his windbreaker; the Court of Appeals rejects defendant’s claim that the evidence did not exclude his ownership of the pair ...